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How Do You Tell Your Mate That Their Sex, SUCKS!!!!

Updated: Oct 26, 2023

Hey there, #HONEYBUNS! Let's talk about a topic that can be a bit...awkward. You know what I'm talking about. That moment when you realize that your mate isn't quite hitting the mark when it comes to sex. It's not the easiest conversation to have, but it's an important one. So, let's dive in and figure out how to tell your mate that they need to step up their game.


First things first, let's talk about effective communication. It's important to approach the conversation with kindness and understanding. Don't be mean or cruel, but be honest and direct. You want to make sure that your mate understands that this is not an attack on them, but rather a discussion about how the two of you can have better sex. So, take a deep breath, and let's get started.


Now, I know some of you might be thinking, "But my mate is so sensitive. I don't want to hurt their feelings." But let me ask you this: would you rather have good sex or keep the peace? I think we all know the answer to that one. So, let's put on our #Underroos (yes, I'm showing my age) and have the conversation.


One approach is to start with the positive. Let your mate know what you like and what they're doing well. Then, gently bring up the areas where you think there's room for improvement. For example, you could say something like, "I love it when you do X, but I think we could explore Y more." This way, you're not just criticizing, but you're also giving suggestions for improvement.


And remember, it's not just about telling your mate what you want them to do differently. Ask them what they like and what they want to try. Communication is a two-way street, and the more you talk about what you both want, the better your sex life will be.


Now, let's get to the fun part. Don't be afraid to make it a little playful. Maybe suggest trying out a new toy or position. Or, if you're feeling really adventurous, plan a sexcation to a new location. The point is, don't make it all serious and heavy. Sex is supposed to be fun, so let's keep it that way.


Having good sex is important for both partners, and it's okay to have those tough conversations. Who knows, you might just end up having the best sex of your life. So, go forth and communicate, Honeybuns!


Until Next Time!!!

Peace, Love & Kisses,

LaTonya MeChelle

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